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Uptime Institute acquires CNet Training

The acquisition will give students and professionals access to a range of technical education programmes 

Dubai, Feb 07, 2023: Uptime Institute, a global digital infrastructure company, has completed its acquisition of Academia Group Limited and all of its global subsidiaries including CNet Training, Ltd. 

CNet Training, located in Bury Saint Edmunds, Suffolk, England, is a global technical education company. CNet Training has been designing and delivering professional network and data centre infrastructure training programmes since 1996 and has trained over 83,000 data centre professionals across 45 countries. 

“The data center industry is one of the fastest growing markets in the world. The continued, extraordinary industry expansion requires a growing and diverse workforce, however concerns over the industry’s ability to attract, educate and retain skilled technical staff persist. This acquisition will help our respective customers thrive in a rapidly changing ecosystem, by giving them access to a range of world-class corporate learning and development technical education programmes that are backed up by practical experience and specialised domain expertise,” says Martin V. McCarthy, CEO, Uptime Institute. 

CNet Training extends the range and depth of Uptime Education offerings and will include solutions valuable for digital infrastructure professionals. “We are excited to join the accelerating Uptime team. CNet Training was already growing quickly, but now will have many more opportunities through further geographic expansion, and new service offerings, as a part of Uptime,” says Andrew Stevens, CEO, CNet Training. 

Uptime Institute’s Intelligence team recently completed a market research study indicating the number of staff needed to design, build and operate data centers will continue to grow globally from about 2.0 million in 2019 to nearly 2.3 million by 2025. A wide range of specialist jobs (230 detailed in Uptime Institute Data Centre Career Pathfinder, developed in association with Google, Meta & Microsoft) are required by the sector to support its continued expansion. Uptime Institute and CNet Training plan to directly address the evolving training needs of all current and future data centre employees as they progress through their careers. 

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